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Social Failures of EU Enlargement: A Case of Workers Voting with their Feet , by Guglielmo Meardi . Routledge , New York , 2012 , 230 pp., ISBN: 978 0 415 80679 4, £80.00 ($125.00), hardback

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  • Michael Gold, 2012. " Social Failures of EU Enlargement: A Case of Workers Voting with their Feet , by Guglielmo Meardi . Routledge , New York , 2012 , 230 pp., ISBN: 978 0 415 80679 4, £80.00 ($125.00), hardback," British Journal of Industrial Relations, London School of Economics, vol. 50(4), pages 821-823, December.
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